Mike Walsh: Think Big, Think New, Think Quick

Mike Walsh, our most in demand Futurist speaker urges us to think big, think new, and most importantly, think quick.  And here is why: Mike has devoted his career to being digital. He ran the market leading consumer insights house Jupiter Research in the Asia Pacific, and held senior strategy roles at News Corporation in […]

Graeme Codrington – The Third Wave of the Digital Age

Dr Graeme Codrington, leading futurist and expert on the new world of work, shared his insights on the waves of change that took place in the past hundred years, and “The Third Wave of the Digital Age”  that we all now experiencing – the time to change how we work, do things that we have not […]

Graeme Codrington: The Rise of Ethical Consumers

Dr Graeme Codrington, leading futurist, shares his insights on “the rise of ethical consumers”, what we can do to the world a better place, and what business should do to make a difference (and what we can learn from the kids) …   Dr Graeme Codrington Dr Graeme Codrington is an expert on the new […]

Ross Dawson on Crowd Sourcing…

Strong demand for Ross’s expertise has seen him deliver keynote speeches across six continents and consult to leading organizations worldwide such as Ernst & Young, Macquarie Bank, Microsoft, News Corporation, Procter & Gamble and many others. He is author of the Amazon.com bestseller Developing Knowledge-Based Client Relationships, now out in its second edition, the acclaimed book Living Networks, which foresaw the social networking revolution, and the highly successful Implementing Enterprise 2.0.

Graeme Codrington: Big data, Design, and the Role of IT

Dr Graeme Codrington Dr Graeme Codrington is an expert on the new world of work and multi-generational workplaces.   Graeme is the co-founder and a senior partner of TomorrowToday, a global firm of futurists and business strategists. … He is a professional member of a number of associations, including the World Future Society, The Institute of Directors, the International Association for the Study of Youth Ministry, the SA Market Research Association, the Global Federation of Professional Speakers and MENSA.

Mike Walsh: How to Innovate for the Future

3D Printing – we are on the bring of a new industrial re-revolution as 3D printing makes possible the creation of all kinds of things from airplane parts to human organs on demand. … For emerging markets, this will be particularly important – as it means you can put cheap mobile devices and tablets linked to powerful web servers and potentially transform industries from healthcare to education.

Mike Walsh: The Future of Travel

Leading Futurist from Asia, Mike Walsh , shared his insights at the Texas Travel Industry Summit, and here is a quick summary from one of the participants, who found Mike’s presentation ” a bolt of lightning, delivering nuggets about the future of travel too numerous to mention in one blog post.” … But in order to offer products and services for the next generation of decision makers, we need to start listening to their needs, habits and interests today.

Mike Walsh Explaning the Future in 1 Min

Asia’s leading Futurist, Mike Walsh , explains the future in 1 min – here is what it will look like with kids growing up knowing nothing, except the internet…

…He ran the market leading consumer insights house Jupiter Research in the Asia Pacific, and held senior strategy roles at News Corporation in both the Australian and Asian markets.

Fredrik Haren Talking about The Future

Fredrik Haren, best speaker on innovation and creativity based in Asia, explains the exponential growth and improvement in science and technology in the coming decade… And it has everything to do with the emerging market. Fredrik Härén has written 7 books, including The Idea Book , an international best selling management book on business creativity that has been translated into 14 languages and which was recently included in “The 100 Best Business Books of All Time”.

Graeme Cordington: The TIDES of Change – The Five Disrupting Trends

But we especially need to take heed of four growing trends in communication technology: user generated content (the desire that people have to engage and contribute), social media (the desire to interact and connect), augmented reality (the desire to make sense of the world by tapping into the data and information available) and mobility in a cloud (the desire to do all of these things anywhere on any devices using any platform at any time). … This includes changes to the nature of relationships, the means of producing profit, how companies are structured internally, their risk profiles, where and how capital can be accessed, the basis for success – and failure, and the structure of the industry itself.